Remote Work Experience
I still don't work remotely, but lately I've been doing a lot of research on the subject. I am self-taught and intend to try to implement some type of remote work in the area of web development by the end of this year.
I think these are 3 important parts to being successful as a remote worker
For me, when I think of working remotely, the most important thing would be to form a team with our own work philosophy, to operate in our own business, using the tools to which our team best adapts, instead of engaging in third party projects, with already established philosophies and with the use of tools that do not arouse our interest. I believe in forming a team that has the greatest possible comfort, working with tools and languages that provide the greatest possible pleasure for the development of the work.
Here's how I plan to contribute to The Remote Clan
To be honest, I'm at a very early stage in terms of remote work, so I think I need to get more help from the community than I can offer it, at least right now.
Here's what I want to gain from The Remote Clan
Expertise on how to take better advantage of opensource tools and languages, eliminating most of the bureaucracy required by large companies and large teams. Simplifying production processes, this is my biggest concern, if I could sum it up in one sentence.
These are the 2 best topics to start off a conversation with me
Work with simplicity. I have as a motto the phrase of the Spanish philosopher Ortega y Gasset: "que otros hagan su más, yo hago mi menos" (that others do their more, I do my less).